Thursday, 25 August 2011
Symbiartic spreading its wings
Since scientific illustrator Kalliopi Monoyios and I launched Symbiartic: the art of science and the science of art on the Scientific American Blog Network last month, we've been trying to challenge ourselves and our readers with our posts.
Science-inspired art is everywhere these days, and there's so much of and so many fascinating issues about the technology, about the ethics of scientific accuracy in art, and about the people behind it, I'm so excited we're bringing these issues and images to a larger audience. And I think it's working: more artists than ever before are contacting us by email, Twitter, G+ and Facebook, and I'm really happy with the traffic on Symbiartic.
In case your one of my regular Flying Trilobite readers and you haven't checked out Symbiartic yet, here's a quick rundown of all the posts on Symbiartic to date, in blog-style reverse chronology:
Alone in the blogiverse: where are all the space-art bloggers? - Glendon Mellow.
Tagging Science Art - Glendon Mellow. A look at science-based street art for Scientific American's Cities event.
Tools change, view is the same - Glendon Mellow.
Science-art Scumble #22 - Glendon Mellow. I moved these popular posts rounding up links on science-art from The Flying Trilobite to Scientific American, and began featuring a pic of the week.
How bad images rob science (and good ones don't) - Kalliopi Monoyios.
What does a scientific glassblower make? - Kalliopi Monoyios. I swear, this could be a whole new career in steampunk genres.
Science-art Scumble #21 - Paleo Controversy Edition - Glendon Mellow.
We Blew a Bubble for a Man Named Edison - Kalliopi Monoyios.
The Chemistry of Oil Painting - Glendon Mellow.
Science-art Scumble #20 - Glendon Mellow.
Meet the Future of Photography - Kalliopi Monoyios.
To © is Human - Glendon Mellow.
The DNA Hall of Shame - Kalliopi Monoyios.
Science-art Scumble - Glendon Mellow. The first Scumble not on Flying Trilobite.
Magic Beans - Glendon Mellow.
The Dudley Bug - Glendon Mellow.
5 Reasons Your Camera Won't Steal My Job - Kalliopi Monoyios.
Science-art: don't call it 'art' - Glendon Mellow
Visual beings: meet Symbiartic - Kalliopi Monoyios. Our introductory post!
Check it out, leave comments, let us know about your science-art!
- - - - - - - -
Original artwork on The Flying Trilobite Copyright to Glendon Mellow
under Creative Commons Licence.
Lookee here--> Find me on Symbiartic, the art+science blog on the new Scientific American Blog Network!
Copyright © 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Glendon Mellow. All rights reserved. See Creative Commons Licence above in the sidebar for details.